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Confederations Cup Protests

The Riot in Rio -- Anti-FIFA Backlash Spotlights English As Brazil's Other Language

Eric Ehrmann | Posted 09.02.2013 | World
Eric Ehrmann

Inside and outside stadiums throughout Brazil one saw banners and placards in English and in Portuguese. Online media and social utilities like Facebook and Twitter feature pages and live citizen journalist updates in both languages.

'Now I The Time For The People To Sit And Bargain With Our Leaders'

AP | BRADLEY BROOKS | Posted 09.01.2013 | World

SAO PAULO — Cristiano Gulias took a deep drag from his mini-cigar and did the unthinkable – he started a political discussion in a coffee ...

Protests Target Confederation Cup Final In Brazil

AP | JENNY BARCHFIELD | Posted 08.30.2013 | World

RIO DE JANEIRO -- More than 5,000 anti-government protesters marched Sunday near the Maracana stadium before a major international soccer match, venti...

FIFA: Protests Won't Stop Confederations Cup

AP | SIMON HAYDON | Posted 06.21.2013 | Sports

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Soccer's governing body has no plans to cancel the Confederations Cup in Brazil despite the violent anti-government protests spreadi...